On Saturday December 31 we are going to rerun the program aired on October 21.
Happy new year and all our best wishes for a greener 2006!
LISTEN to the whole show (37 min)
Wilma taking aim at the Florida coast and the hurricane center quickly
running out of names we’ll speak with global warming guru Ross Gelbspan
about "Katrina’s True Name". The author, journalist and lecturer tells
us why we should prepare for more extreme weather. We’ll also be
chatting with Laurie David, eco-activist and wife of Curb Your
Enthusiasm’s Larry David. Laurie discusses why she’s so enthusiastic
about curbing global warming as is Steve Cochran, with Environmental
Defense’s Undo It campaign. We’ll also hear why a change in the climate
is impacting trout habitat in Montana – and what it means to you – from
NRDC’s George Black.
Ross Gelbspan Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and author of Boiling point (just published in paperback).
Listen to the first part of the interview (11 min)
Listen to the second part of the interview (7 minutes)
More info on Kyotoandbeyond.org (the people’s ratification).
We’ll also hear parts of the song Change in the climate by Sharon Abreu
Steve Cochran, Director of Strategic Communications for Environmental Defense Fund
about their global warming undoit campaign.
Listen (4 min)
Laurie David Founder and active promoter of the virtual Stopglobalwarming.org march
Listen (7 min)
NRDC‘s magazine OnEarth explores the impact of global warming on trout habitat in Montana: how anglers and environmentalists join forces. George Black is articles Editor for OnEarth and his last book is The Trout Paradox. Listen (7 min)
NRDC also join forces with EcoTalk via a special partnership.
We wish and hope other groups join us to promote and produce more radiobroadcasts about key environmental issues.